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Graffiti Bridge is the twelfth studio album by American recording artist Prince and is the soundtrack album to the 1990 film of the same name. It was released on August 21, 1990 by Paisley Park Records and Warner Bros. Records.

The album was much better received in sales than the film. It reached number 6 in the United States and was his third consecutive chart-topper (following Lovesexy and Batman) on the UK Albums Chart. Nearly every song on the record… read more



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  • Avatar for MachineOfaDream
    There's a great variety on this album. Most people won't like the whole album, but most people will like something.
  • Avatar for themartialarts
    Good album. The film is a load of mince though
  • Avatar for SimonePerrota
    A lot of Prince fans give this one a torrid time. I think it's a well-thought out, arty pop album in which little to no artistry is sacrificed. Some of it's unnecessarily fastidious and corny but nothing stands out as mediocre apart from Shake. Graffiti Bridge benefits from being a soundtrack as it's attached to an overlying story and structure (regardless of how haphazard the movie turned out to be) and you certainly can't say that about many of Prince's '90s albums.
  • Avatar for Jamescush
    What hotterthanjuly said. Very underrated.
  • Avatar for poppa7
  • Avatar for kidbeatz7
    Prince was always underrated n his time now no1 can get his muzik now...n dat sukz 4 erry1...i think we shud point dah fingers at rselves,4 not bein bhind him 100%...well i cant point dah finger at me i was born n 1995 lolz
  • Avatar for LoveComeDown83
    I meant "Joy in Repetition"
  • Avatar for LoveComeDown83
    Love ...Love Repetition. ....The whole album is actually Spectacular!!!!!!!!!!
  • Avatar for DandyStranger
    I agree hotter. The movie is amazing too

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